Thai cops: Don’t spread indecent material during Songkran


  • Nation
  • Friday, 12 Apr 2019

Compiled by RASHVINJEET SINGH and R. ARAVINTHAN 

VISITORS to the upcoming Songkran festival in Bangkok, Thailand, have been warned against propagating any indecent content, China Press reported.

Thai technology crime suppression division spokesman Police Colonel Siriwat Deepor said previous festivals saw inappropriate photos of women and ladyboys posted online.He urged revellers to mark this year’s festival with good moral values and refrain from engaging in any behaviour that violated the Computer Act and related laws.

He added that those who posted or shared pictures or video clips of revellers wearing “sexually provocative clothing” could be subjected to a maximum five-year jail term.

 

> Sin Chew Daily reported that 12-year-old Thai make-up artist Natthanan bought a BMW sedan as a birthday gift to herself.

She shared her joy with her 900,000 Facebook page followers on Tuesday by posting a photo of herself next to the car.

The caption read: “HBD (Happy birthday) to me. I turned 12 this year and I’m very pleased with what I’ve achieved so far. I thank all my fans for your encouragement.”

She started developing her make-up skills at the age of three and set up her YouTube channel at age five.> The troubled marriage between Hong Kong actress Catherine Hung Yan and Andy Zhang was in the spotlight again when Zhang’s female manager was filmed entering his hotel room in Chongqing, China, at night, See Hua Daily News reported.

The manager, Bi Ying, only left the room at 1.30am. The video also showed her wearing different pants when making her exit compared to the ones she wore when entering.

Rumours of an affair between the two have circulated since last year, but Zhang and Hung have repeatedly said their marriage is fine.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item. 


   

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